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Triangle - Progression to Employment Service (Norman Sterritt DMS., MBA)


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Triangle - Progression to Employment Service (Norman Sterritt DMS., MBA)

  1. 1. Progression to Employment ServiceNorman Sterritt DMS., MBASupported Employment & Community Services ManagerTel: +44(0) 28 2766 1794 Mob: +44(0)77 0343
  2. 2. Development of the Progression to EmploymentService and the different model linksSupported Employment ModelSocial Enterprise Model
  3. 3. Service Delivery AreaBallymoneyBallymenaN’abbeyCookstownColeraine
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  9. 9. Component assembly work
  10. 10. Assembly of medical diagnostic test kits
  11. 11. Packaging contracts for the pet trade
  12. 12. Packaging contracts forLocal businesses
  13. 13. Part of a bigger picture..................
  14. 14. Social EnterpriseA Definition Dilemma"Social Enterprise means different things to different people indifferent contexts and at different points in time"Teasdale,S (2010). Whats in a name?. The Construction of Social Enterprise. Birmingham.Third Sector Research Centre. Working Paper 46.
  15. 15. The ChallengesManaging expectations of stakeholders:• Customers• Service users• Service Funders• Partners• Staff• Board• Government
  16. 16. "I represent three non-profits; an alcohol drug residentialtreatment center, a transitional employment organization forrecovering addicts, and a local food pantry. We are exploringstarting a bakery to provide job training for newly recoveringaddicts and provide foods for the pantry and to raise revenue forour respective organizations. Can anyone point us in a directionto research other start-ups related to this possible socialenterprise?”Extract from an enquiry posted on a social enterprise networking forumEasy to over promise, more difficult to deliver
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  21. 21. Office ofInnovationKnowledge Club WorkshopsOngoing formal and informal advice & support